Kronos Chronicles

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The Jewel of the Kalderash
Kronos Chronicles (Volume 3)
Marie Rutkoski
Square Fish

Upon arriving in the Romany homeland to deliver the Mercator Globes, Petra Kronos, Tomik, and Neel formulate a plan to save Petra's father, who has been...


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The Celestial Globe
Kronos Chronicles (Volume 2)
Marie Rutkoski
Square Fish

When Prince Rodolfo’s monsters attack her, Petra Kronos is spirited away to London. As she struggles to escape, Neel and Tomik sail the high seas in search of...


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The Cabinet of Wonders
Kronos Chronicles (Volume 1)
Marie Rutkoski
Square Fish

Petra Kronos has a simple, happy life. But it’s never been ordinary. She has a pet tin spider named Astrophil who likes to hide in her snarled hair and give...


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Book Trailer for the Kronos Chronicles by Marie Rutkoski

A book trailer for A Cabinet of Wonders and The Celestial Globe, the first two novels in the Kronos Chronicles by author Marie Rutkoski.

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The Cabinet of Wonders by Marie Rutkoski--audiobook excerpt

Hear an adiobook excerpt from Marie Rutkoski's The Cabinet of Wonders, read by Lorelei King. In this children's novel, Petra Kronos has a simple, happy life, but when a prince steals her father's eyes, she embarks on a dangerous adventure. Learn more about this middle-grade fiction book at http://us.macmillan.com/thecabinetofwonders/ Read about author Marie Rutkoski at http://us.macmillan.com/author/marierutkoski Read about narrator Lorelei King at http://us.macmillan.com/author/loreleiking

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About the Author

Marie Rutkoski
Marie Rutkoski is the author of The Kronos Chronicles, including The Cabinet of Wonders and The Celestial Globe. The Cabinet of Wonders, her debut novel, was named an Indie Next Kids’ List Great Read and a Bank Street Best Children’s Book of the Year, among other honors. Rutkoski grew up in Bolingbrook, Illinois (a suburb of Chicago), as the oldest of four children. She attended the University of Iowa, where she took Writers’ Workshop classes and studied with Pulitzer Prize-winner James Alan McPherson. After graduating, she lived in Moscow and Prague. Upon receiving her Ph.D. from Harvard University, she held dual appointments as a lecturer there in both English and American Literature and Language, and History and Literature. Rutkoski is currently a professor at Brooklyn College, where she teaches Renaissance Drama, children’s literature and creative writing. She lives in New York City with her husband and cat.
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Marie Rutkoski

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